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d=rt d=distance r=rate t=time
work = force x distance
The formulas are W = Fd (work = force x distance) P = W/t (power = work divided by time) and W = Pt Which means that P = Fd/t (power = force x distance divided by time…) The SI unit of power, the watt, equals 1 newton-meter/sec (1 joule/sec).
We know, F = m*f, [ m = mass, f = accelaration] or,F = m*(dv/dt), [dv/dt = change of velocity with respect to time] or,F=m*(d^2x/dt^2) [v = dx/dt]. Solving this differ…ential equation yields x=x0+v0*t+1/2*(F/m)*t^2 where x0, and v0 are the initial position and velocity, respectively.
The distance travelled by an object in a given time is given by: Distance = Speed * Time Alternatively for an object that is accelerating: … Distance = (Speed of object before acceleration is applied * Time) + (0.5 * Acceleration * Time squared) If the object is accelerating from speed zero, the first set of brackets is irrelevant. Also, if the object is falling to the ground, acceleration = 9.81
Distance is directly proportional to time.(Which simply means that distance covered by object is directly proportional to time it took) Distance= Time*Speed * is the multipli…cation sign
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You are calculating the length of a line segment. When you see the word distance, think length. :)hope this helps! -jamie, 15
P=W/t P=(Fxd)/t P-power, W-work, t-time, F-force, d-distance
W = f.s Work = force x distance w in neuton metres
Since distance is rate multiplied by the amount of time at such a rate, this can be modeled D=rt
power= work divided by time